Wedding Catering

Wedding Catering Toronto

The Perfect Menu For Your Perfect Day.

Tying the knot? Learn why Eatertainment is the top choice for couples getting married in Toronto!

The perfect wedding starts with the perfect menu. Eatertainment is your top choice for wedding catering Toronto because we look at every wedding as being unique. Although we have seasonal sample menus to help guide you, we love to customize our menus to match your specific style and preferences.

Our goal: to create a wedding menu that is distinctly yours.

We offer endless possibilities when it comes to catering your wedding. Passed hors d’oeuvres with a signature cocktail to greet your guests during the reception, or fun themed food stations managed by chefs that provide a bit of entertainment during the event and allow guests to mingle. Food stations also provide an alternative to the formality of a seated dinner and offer more selection for guests to choose from. Our stations include a variety of items including College Street Station (for the pasta lover) Bay Street Station (for the meat and potato type) Dim Sum Station, Greek Souvlaki Station, Taco Stand, Sushi Bar, and many more.

We suggest combining three or four food stations with a selection of passed hors d’oeuvres during the reception to ensure guests are presented with something to their liking. As the premier wedding catering firm in Toronto, we take time to sit down with you to create the perfect reception menu that is sure to please all your guests.

On the other hand a sit-down dinner offers a more formal arrangement to the space and greater control over the timing of the event and when guests are served. Sit-down dinners don’t necessarily mean traditional with Eatertainment. Our Executive Chef develop menus that range from classic to contemporary.

If you would like to learn more about our wedding catering services, please contact us and we would love to sit down with you and make your dream wedding a reality.

For more wedding inspiration, check out the wedding issue of Catersource Magazine.